The Case for Culture in An Age of Deconstructivism

INTELLIGENCE is a moral duty and a spiritual quest—culture is defined by it; civilisations rise and fall on its merits. Nowhere in the great books of religion or philosophy is ignorance deified as a virtue because the destructive animus of unenlightened citizenry is history’s most notorious lesson. Yet, at the dawn of a new century, ignorance has been elevated to regency in universities and Western culture.

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